The most involved augmenting guitar track appears on "Job Called Shrimp." I pick the strings high on the neck and just place my fingers on the strings in the chord positions instead of pressing all the way down on the strings and actually fretting the chords. This suggests shrimp swimming around in water during the part where the narrator gives the girl the shrimp job. Kinky.
"The Man Who Never Washed His Hair," has me plucking the same bass notes and guitar notes together to accompany the guitar/vocal part. I wish I had the guitar know how and chops to do more than that, but maybe this simple arrangement will give listeners something interesting to listen to.
I had charts for the bass arrangements when I worked on them last Fall, so I cold just pick up where I left off on that. That was when i decided to rerecord three guitar/vocal tracks, and that's what's been holding up production. I got sick with the flu in January and so I couldn't practice all that month, and then I moved. I figure I'm well over two thirds done with this record as far as actual work I have to put in to complete it. I hope to finish in June.